Educational Goals & Overview
Residents on the gastroenterology rotation are expected to gain a level of competence such that they can independently manage common gastroenterology, liver and pancreaticobiliary diseases (appropriately managed by general internists) for hospitalized and clinic patients. For less common or more severe or complex cases, residents will be able to provide consultation with the supervision of a specialist, and appropriately consult or refer to specialty care.
Rotations on the gastroenterology service will be between two and four weeks in length. Supervision will be provided by the gastroenterology faculty, assisted by the GI fellow(s). The inpatient education consists of inpatient consultation and rounds. Residents are invited to watch endoscopy but this activity is optional. The outpatient education includes (but is not limited to) the weekly gastroenterology clinic, and conference held either in the standard gastroenterology clinic or pre-endoscopy clinic. Educational conferences provided during the rotation include weekly Journal Club and Pathology Conference and the monthly fellow Case Conference.
When You Start
- On the day before your consult rotation, page the Gastroenterology Fellow. Find out if you should get sign-out on any inpatient consults and what you should expect the first day of your rotation (when to round, where to meet, any didactics or clinic, etc.).
- The Gastroenterology team usually meets in the GI/Pulm Lab on the 2nd floor.
- To page with Gastroenterology Fellow, log-in to AMION, go to paging, go to the Fellows drop-down menu, select GI Fellow.
Gastroenterology clinic occurs every other Monday morning in Clinic C.
When You Start
ORCHID Clinic Resources:
- OVM GI Resident
- OVM GI Fellow
- Otero, Karla Joyce NP